Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Santa Rosa, CA

City of Santa Rosa drug and alcohol rehab center
If this is your first time looking for help in Santa Rosa, you may not fully understand your options or where to start given your unique situation. This guide will tell you what your options are and what to consider before choosing a treatment facility.

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Sonoma County Indian Health Project Behavioral Health CA 94901 Sonoma County Indian Health Project Behavioral Health

144 Stony Point Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

707-521-4545 Outpatient N/A
Womens Recovery Services

98 Hendley Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

707-527-0412 Inpatient Private
Turning Point Orenda Detox Program CA 95403 Turning Point Orenda Detox Program

2403 Professional Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-565-7450 Inpatient Detox N/A
Campobello Chemical Dependency Recovery Center

3250 Guerneville Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

800-805-1833 Outpatient Inpatient Detox Private
Santa Rosa VA Outpatient Clinic CA 95403 Santa Rosa VA Outpatient Clinic

3841 Brickway Boulevard
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-569-2300 Outpatient Private Free
Campobello Chemical Dependency Recovery Center

3250 Guerneville Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

707-579-4066 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Private
Center Point DAAC CA 95403 Center Point DAAC

2403 Professional Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-544-3295 Inpatient N/A
Center Point Drugs Abuse Alternatives DAAC CA 95403 Center Point Drugs Abuse Alternatives DAAC

2403 Professional Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-544-3295 Outpatient Medicaid
Santa Rosa Treatment Program

625 Steele Lane
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-576-0818 Outpatient Detox Medicaid
California Human Development CA 95403 California Human Development

3315 Airway Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-523-2242 Outpatient Medicaid
Victory Outreach Church CA 95407 Victory Outreach Church

4042 Sebastopol Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95407

707-527-1557 N/A N/A
Santa Rosa Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Services CA 95403 Santa Rosa Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Services

3554 Round Barn Boulevard
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-571-3778 Outpatient Detox Private
Sonoma County Behavioral Health

2227 Capricorn Way
Santa Rosa, CA 95407

707-565-4850 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Center Point DAAC CA 95403 Center Point DAAC

2403 Professional Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

707-544-3295 Outpatient Medicaid Private
California Human Development Stonehouse CA 95405 California Human Development Stonehouse

3555 Sonoma Highway
Santa Rosa, CA 95405

707-526-3150 Inpatient Outpatient N/A
Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital CA 95401 Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital

1287 Fulton Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

877-717-0085 Outpatient Inpatient Private
Sonoma County Indian Health Project Behavioral CA 95401 Sonoma County Indian Health Project Behavioral

144 Stony Point Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

707-521-4550 Outpatient Detox Medicaid Private
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Santa Rosa, CA Drug and Alcohol Statistics

The use of alcohol, tobacco, and other illicit substances is a major health concern in California’s Sonoma County, where the city of Santa Rosa is located. Substance-related overdoses — driven primarily by the opioid crisis — are among the largest contributing factors to the average rate of deaths among Americans.1 Alcohol not only contributes to this, but along with tobacco, it can also lead to several other health problems, including heart disease and cancer.1

A brief overview of Sonoma County’s most recent substance use statistics involving opioids shows that:1

Cost of Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Santa Rosa, CA

The cost of drug and alcohol rehab in Santa Rosa typically varies based on several factors. For example, the type of facility will affect the overall cost, especially if it’s a luxury facility. To get an idea of what your potential treatment costs will be, you’ll need to take into consideration the following:

Treatment setting (inpatient or outpatient)

Features and amenities (luxury or standard rehab facility)

Length of the program (30, 60, or 90 days)

Your health insurance plan

Government funding available

Location (city vs. suburb)

When it comes to the costs of drug and alcohol rehab in Santa Rosa, don’t let something like not having insurance deter you from finding treatment. Insurance only offsets most of the indefinite costs, like room and board. However, there are plenty of options out there for all income levels.

Free Treatment Options in Santa Rosa, CA

Low-cost and free rehabs are typically government-funded facilities. Funding usually comes from both the federal and state governments, as well as local town and county governments. These facilities also operate the same as your standard treatment facility in that they offer medically-assisted detoxing, inpatient and outpatient care options, recovery housing, peer support group meetings, and mental health care, among other services.

The only caveat for receiving low-cost or free drug and alcohol rehab in Santa Rosa is that you must meet certain criteria. This typically includes providing proof of:

If you do not meet the criteria for state-funded treatment, you still have a few options to help make treatment more affordable. These options include:

Should I Travel to Santa Rosa, CA, for Drug and Alcohol Treatment?

downtown santa rosaIt’s very common for people to seek treatment outside of their hometown or even their home state. Santa Rosa is no exception here, as it’s considered to be a very peaceful and safe city. Situated on the Redwood Coast (around 55 miles north of San Francisco), Santa Rosa is most notable for its rolling hills and warm climate — both of which are what make it such a popular place to live and visit.

Generally speaking, many people choose to travel for drug and alcohol rehab in Santa Rosa because it allows them to:

Whether or not you should travel to Santa Rosa for alcohol or drug rehab will depend entirely on the type of treatment facility you’re looking for. It will also depend on how the above factors apply to you and where you envision your treatment to take place.

Neighborhoods in Santa Rosa, CA to Consider for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

One important thing to remember about Santa Rosa is that it’s a large city within Sonoma County, which is a big part of California’s wine country. It goes without saying that if you live in the area and are searching for drug or alcohol rehab, you may want to consider the neighborhood and its proximity to anything tempting.

Fortunately, there are plenty of safe and recovery-friendly neighborhoods to choose from when it comes to finding a drug and alcohol rehab in Santa Rosa.

Here’s a quick list of the best neighborhoods in Santa Rosa to get you started:

How Do I Choose a Drug or Alcohol Rehab?

As mentioned earlier, no two treatment facilities work the same way. While most of them operate using evidence-based methods with proven recovery success, they also operate based on the individual philosophies of each facility.

That’s why it’s important to consider these philosophies and several other factors when narrowing down your choices. These include:

Types of Addiction Treatment Programs in Santa Rosa, CA

By now, you should have an understanding of just how different drug and alcohol rehabs in Santa Rosa can be. That’s why it’s good to have an idea of what types of treatment programs the city has to offer.

From specialized care to specific populations, here’s what you’ll find among drug and alcohol rehabs located in Santa Rosa:

Rehab for specific populations like veterans and the LGBTQ+ community: LGBTQ+ focused rehab addresses needs specific to the community while also offering a safe space to focus on your recovery.

Faith-Based Rehab: Christian and faith-based rehab programs focus on connecting you with God or a higher power as you journey toward recovery. These programs often include prayer, Bible readings, and fellowship with your peers in addition to treatment as you go through treatment.

Telehealth: Telehealth alcohol and drug rehab centers offer treatment online through mediums such as your computer or phone. These rehab programs can be convenient because they offer the same type of treatment as many outpatient rehab programs without the need to leave the comfort of your own home.

Inpatient: Inpatient rehab is also sometimes referred to as residential rehab. Inpatient rehab involves you spending both your days and nights, essentially living, within the rehab facility as you go through treatment. Inpatient rehab also allows for detox, which helps you withdraw from substances in a safe manner.

Outpatient: Outpatient rehab offers high-quality treatment while allowing you to live in your own home and go to work or school. This type of rehab offers different levels of care such as partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient rehab, and aftercare.

Dual diagnosis: Dual diagnosis rehab offers treatment for both substance use disorders and mental illness. Dual diagnosis rehab programs are uniquely equipped to treat those who suffer from mental illness and substance use disorders or alcoholism.

Luxury Rehab: Luxury rehab programs spare no expense when it comes to you recovery journey. These drug and alcohol rehab centers often have high-end amenities like massage therapy, saunas, and gym access. Luxury rehab programs can be reminiscent of a spa or a resort vacation, but they’re focused on your recovery.

Executive Rehab: Executive rehab centers are tailored to your needs as a busy professional. These alcohol and drug rehab programs often offer access to conference rooms, phones, and wireless internet to allow to get your work done while also working toward your recovery.

Alcohol and Drug Laws in Santa Rosa, CA

In light of the opioid epidemic our nation is facing, California has been passing bills and rewriting laws in favor of helping individuals with substance use disorders and even non-violent law offenders. Here’s a look at alcohol and drug laws that apply to the city of Santa Rosa.

Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act: Like most states, California has a Good Samaritan law that provides a certain level of protection against arrest and prosecution for those seeking medical assistance at the scene of a drug overdose. This would include individuals with drugs or paraphernalia on their person (under certain amounts), as the goal is to ensure that those experiencing the overdose get the help they need.

AB 1535: Pharmacy Naloxone Bill: California has another state-wide bill that complements the Good Samaritan law by allowing pharmacies to offer over-the-counter naloxone for opiate and opioid overdose reversal. Now naloxone is accessible by regular residents of the state where it was initially obtained by prescription only or by health care professionals and authorities. This also means that individuals can administer naloxone in the event of an overdose emergency if necessary.

CA Proposition 47: California’s Proposition 47 was implemented to reclassify drug possession offenses, changing them to misdemeanors instead of felonies. However, misdemeanors for drug possession can still have serious consequences, including up to a year or more in prison. The goal is to enforce the laws around drug possession in a way that gives non-violent offenders and first-time offenders a second chance, rather than ruining their lives with felony charges — although, felony charges may still occur depending on the substance in question and its quantity.

Resources

  1. Sonoma County Opioid Death Statistics | LiveStories. (n.d.). https://www.livestories.com/statistics/california/sonoma-county-opioids-deaths-mortality
  2. Samantha.Elliott. (2013, May 13). Grants. https://www.samhsa.gov/grants
  3. Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Grants in California – GrantWatch. (n.d.). https://california.grantwatch.com/cat/35/substance-abuse-grants.html